RE: NANFA-- Building cheap fish containers

Mark (
Mon, 11 Aug 2003 14:01:07 -0400

At 10:16 AM -0400 8/11/03, Nick Zarlinga wrote:
>Why not wood? I think that you can make the supports for the liner
>relatively cheaply. If you need to make the tanks taller, you can use luan
>for the sides. I don't think it would cost that much. You could make a
>tank that is 2x2x4 with four 2x4's (4 posts 2ft long, two supports
>lengthwise on each side at 4ft each, and two supports on each end 2 ft
>each). Three quarter of a sheet of luan to line the sides, a full sheet if
>you use a bottom. To save money, you could use old carpeting instead of
>luan to keep the liner from bowing. (you can nail the carpeting to the wood
>to keep it in place.

What's luan?

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